The Terriers’ netminder is off to a strong start in the MJHL playoffs, posting two wins after two starts. The 6-foot-4 native of Winnipeg has turned aside 75 of 79 Swan Valley Stampeder shots.
Kasdorf, who was recently named to the MJHL’s second team All-Star squad, has been outstanding all season, reflected in his 24-10 record, 2.53 GAA and .912 save percentage.
The MJHL playoffs are well underway:
- Portage Terriers hold a 2-1 edge over Swan Valley in their Sher-Wood Division series
- Waywayseecappo Wolverines, who crossed over from the Sher-Wood Division, are up 2-1 over Winkler Flyers, who finished first in the Addison Division
- OCN Blizzard and Dauphin Kings are deadlocked with one win apiece as are Selkirk Steelers and Winnipeg Saints